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Grateful Dead Live at Niagra Falls Convention Center on 1984-04-17

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Grateful Dead Live at Niagra Falls Convention Center on 1984-04-17




Set 1

Jack Straw
Dire Wolf
New Minglewood Blues
Row Jimmy
My Brother Esau
Ramble On Rose
Looks Like Rain ->
Deal

Set 2

Help On The Way ->
Slipknot! ->
Franklin's Tower
Man Smart (Woman Smarter) ->
Jam ->
Eyes Of The World ->
Drums ->
Space ->
Black Peter ->
Throwing Stones ->
Not Fade Away

Encore
Touch Of Grey


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Niagra Falls Convention Center
Location Niagra Falls, NY

Source (FOB) Neumann U87 -> Cassette Master (Sony D5) -> Dat (48k) D
Lineage Dat (Sony R500) -> Sound Devices 744T -> Samplitude Professional v10.02 -> FLAC
Taped by Rob Eaton
Transferred by Charlie Miller

Notes

Patch Info:
(FOB) Sennheiser 441 -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> Samplitude -> CD supplies:
Drums (0:05 - end of track)

-- Set 2 is seamless
-- Recorded By Rob Eaton

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Reviews

Reviewer: jjg4762 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 14, 2015
Subject: Great sound
I really like the sound quality on this one. Was a big open dance floor with all of my tour buddy's here it. Never had such a good time.
Reviewer: gd79 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 13, 2015
Subject: Very Good Show
The band was great this night at an unusual building. It was like a giant airplane hanger. The floor was wide open with seating on the sides and bleachers in the back. Before the show people were climbing up the outside to the top of the giant arch of a building and back down.
The band was awesome this night! Jerry`s voice was bad to start the show and improved as the show went on his playing was awesome and the rest of boys followed . Very cool the way they tied the house sound in with bands sound system. Very good effects using both systems. Thank for bringing back all the memories of this show! Great job!
Reviewer: Seamus.McFreak - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 21, 2013
Subject: Rockin' show, very good quality recording
This was the show that created yet another Dead Head. I was 20 and it was my second show. I can distinctly recall how the second set opener "Help on the Way->Slipknot->Franklin's Tower" completely blew my mind! This is a very nice transfer by the wizard Charlie Miller - Thanks Charlie! The show is not perfect by any means - it has the usual 80's Jerry forgotten lyrics, even an epic stumble going into Slipknot, but overall, the show has energy. The boys came to play this night!
Reviewer: S King - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 26, 2009
Subject: My first show
Like they say where does the time go. This was my first show as it was for alot of people my age from southern ontario . The other day I realized that it was the 25th aniversry of this show. So up I bring it on your site and listen to it in its entirety. Wow from beging to end this show is solid as a rock. From Jack Straw to Touch of grey encore yes thet were doing touch of as a encore back the . Boy was it a faster pace version back then . At this point I had Dead Set and Reckoning. So luckly they played some tunes I had heard before. The Dire wolf is great as so is the rare Brother Essau why did they stop playing that one it was a good bobby tune. On to set 2 The Help,Slip,Franklin's was mind blowing . I was sitting 15 row back onthe floor on Jerry's Side. THis was before ataping section hasd been introduced so myself and my freind were surrounde by tape decks and mic stands for the whole show. So to correct the person in who said tha the mics wre moved back I recall them in front of the board for the entire show. I went to this show on a bus tour from toroto, It left from the exibithion and drove us to the shoe the bus trip was as eventful as the show. To a 18 year old kid. The bus package was 50.00 and the ticket was 17.50. When was a concert that cheap . LIttle did I know at the time that this event would change my life forever. S King
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